I've heard this term thrown around a lot, and I still don't understand the point of it. I mean, every football team has a system. How does one determine which system is more QB friendly? There are cases to be made for the WCO, the spread, the pro-oriented. All of these systems are being employed in the NFL. Some of the mix bags are now being incorporated into the pro game to accomodate guys like Newton, Tebow. Gabbert, for example, ran a pure spread in college and was drafted high. Dalton also ran a spread, but mixed in with other stuffs, from the pistol, to the diamond out of the shotgun. The guy wasn't under center all that much. He's actually under center fewer times than RGIII at Baylor (and what Briles ran with Keenum in 07 at UH). What says you?